Samsung Starts Pre-order of the All-new Samsung Galaxy A31


In a surprising turn of events Samsung has launched the pre-orders of their upcoming Samsung Galaxy A31 for their consumers in Pakistan. Boasting a massive Infinity U-display, incredible battery and impressive processor.

Samsung started teasing their audience with little glimpses of the all-new Galaxy A31 via their Instagram and Twitter. Now the phone is official available on pre-order with semi-affordable price tag that most of us will be able to manage.

Here is everything you need to know about the Samsung Galaxy A31 before it hits the markets near you.

Performance Specifications

The smartphone will be available in the market with a fast and impressive 2Ghz Octa Core processor and Helio P65 SoC chipset. The phone will be available with 4GB and 6GB Ram whereas their will be an option of 64GB Rom and 128GB Rom. You will also have the option to expand that storage up to 512GB. Thanks to its Game Booster feature, you will be able to maximize the performance of your phone and take your gaming experience to the next level.

Screen and Camera Specifications

The smartphone comes with an “awesome screen built for cinema.” The phone has a large 6.4-inch screen with an Infinity U-display that gives edge to edge display. The Super AMOLED screen is vivid enough to take your gaming experience to the next level.

Another standout feature of the new Samsung Galaxy A31 is its incredible battery. The phone comes fitted with a non-removable 5000mAh battery that gives you plenty of power to play on for hours. If your battery starts running low, you can simply power up your phone with 15W fast charging.

Price of the Samsung Galaxy A31 in Pakistan

It is expected that the all-new A31 will only be available in 4GB Ram and 128GB of internal storage. The price of the smartphone is expected to be Rs. 41,999, however, Samsung has yet to make a statement on the price of the new phone. If you pre-order your Galaxy A31, you will also get a 10,000mAh battery pack for free.

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